Unifin Debt Collection Texts: Legit or Scam?

Unifin text message scam

Many people have received a string of texts that purported to be from Unifin Inc. The senders of the texts are requesting debt repayment from the recipients.

Have you too gotten a message regarding debt collection from Unifin Inc.? Are you uncertain about what to do?

The following post will then provide you with a thorough analysis of Unifin Inc.’s debt collection messaging and inform you of the next course of action.

Unifin Text Message Scam

Unifin Inc. is a full-service Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) company. It was founded in 2011 and has its corporate headquarters in the United States.

Users’ suspicions began to grow as a result of a text message they received from Unifin Inc. asking them to settle a debt. The message they got reads as follows:

Unifin has received and reviewed *********************** complaint and appreciates the opportunity to respond.

An account under *********************** name and personal information was placed with our office by our client to make collection efforts on their behalf. Based on *********************** complaint and dispute of the debt, Unifin has ceased communications with *********** and forwarded a copy of the consumer's complaint to our client.

*********** is invited to contact our office with any additional questions or concerns.


Unifin, Inc.

Since these messages, people are confused about what debt to pay and how they are asking suddenly money for an unknown debt that came out of nowhere.

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What to do Next?

According to our research, all of these emails were sent to people to obtain their personal and financial information and to rob some of their money. They have no connection to the real Unifin organization. The Unifin also set up a page on its website to inform the public.

These particular texts are intentionally intended to raise questions in the recipient’s head and a sense of urgency that prompts inappropriate behavior. Instead, those who have received this message ought to be thoughtful and patient.

Our advice to everyone who has received the emails is clear: do not fall for these con artists’ tricks and avoid giving them any of your personal, financial, or other information. Be mindful of your behavior and avoid giving them any money unsupervised.

Additionally, block the number from everywhere and report it to the original Unifin or local authorities in your nation handling these things if you frequently receive these texts.

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2 thoughts on “Unifin Debt Collection Texts: Legit or Scam?”

  1. I got a phone call from these people and they did not tell me who they was they asked me what was my name and asked me for my social security number

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